Stephanie de Smale
Stephanie de Smale was a research intern at the Waag’s Open Wetlab during her study New Media & Digital Culture at the University of Utrecht.
She investigated in what way and with what (online) media, the Open Wetlab can facilitate knowledge production and distribution on relevant techniques & methods from the life sciences.
Stephanie’s interests lie in tinkering, cooking, gardening, and in her spare time she is a volunteer at music venue EKKO in Utrecht. Her research focuses on the embodied experience of various cultural practices in technoscience, open source design, and playful technology such as 3D printers.
- We makeOpen Wetlab03-03-2014I think that BioArt can be seen as the significant other of both scientists and artists. A menáge-a-trois between love for the rational and…
- We makeOpen Wetlab18-02-2014In ‘Hybrids, Chimeras and other Monsters’ the goal was to step away from the yuk-factor, and to take a closer look at BioArt from artists like Guy…